Ben Affleck’s latest directorial venture is a masterclass in taut storytelling, tension and genuine full throttle excitement.
Beneath the veneer of irritating clichés, The Perks of Being a Wallflower has some interesting, challenging things to say about being a teenager.
Savages tells the tale of two best friends, hard-headed ex-soldier Chon (Taylor Kitsch) and chillaxed Buddhist Ben (Aaron Johnson).
The Campaign is an easy if forgettable film to enjoy, but the main principals have all made better films before.
ParaNorman, like its main character, is mature, likeable, and has something to teach us all.
Untouchable sees the unfolding of a lasting friendship, with this century’s The Odd Couple navigating love, life, loss and reckless driving.
Looper stands out as one of the year’s smartest, slickest , most WTF-inducing sci-fi films.
No matter how cynical you are, it’s very difficult not to find yourself grinning.
Overall, The Sweeney didn’t need to be made, but it’s perfect popcorn fodder as a cop film in its own right.
If you’re a fan of B-movie thrills, people telling zombies to fuck off and OAPs brandishing automatic weapons, Cockneys vs Zombies will not disappoint.